@trellg132 Welcome to the Diabetes/Endocrine Group. My name is Carol, and I am a Volunteer Mentor for this group. I have Diabetes 2 and several other problems as a result. I have included a link at the bottom to the Mayo site for hypoglycemia. It is very straightforward with laymen's language that we all can understand. When I was diagnosed three years ago with Diabetes 2, I was like you and wanted to know what was happening. I am not a doctor or medical person; I am a retired teacher, so medical information is always something I have to research or see my doctor for. As I've learned about Diabetes, I've also learned about hypoglycemia. On the site, you will see symptoms, and if you have any of those that are constant, you need to see your doctor. They are the ones who can determine what you need to do. Have you seen a doctor? You can start with your primary or make an appointment with an endocrinologist (They specialize in Diabetes and other problems as a result of it.) One thing is that you should not ignore symptoms. There is a list that will help you check for hypoglycemia. I have not experienced this, as my blood sugar is always too high. Have you had questions about this before now? Please let me know if I can help you with other information. Mayo Connect is a great place to get help from people who have the same symptoms that you do and have been through getting a diagnosis. Stay in touch and let us know what you find out.